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When in 2010 Are Afe Babalola (SAN) kicked off academic session at the Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD, little did Nigerians know that the institution would become a standard for federal, state and private universities. The private institution sited on over 1,000 hectares of land,

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A recent survey conducted on 500 Nigerians by Royal Philips has shown that about half of the citizens trust Nigeria's healthcare system while only 36 per cent feel their healthcare needs are being met, highlighting a discrepancy between the healthcare expectations of Nigerians and the

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A professor of Islamic Studies, Abdulrasaq Abubakre, says it is against the tenets of Islam to receive salary for the period one has not worked. Mr Abubakre said this in Ilorin on Tuesday while speaking against the backdrop of the ongoing national strike by the Joint

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The Federal Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) to provide malnurished children in Nigeria with Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF). RUTF is an energy dense, micronutrient enhanced paste, used in therapeutic feeding. The primary ingredients of

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Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) in Oyo said that the current JOHESU strike should not be allowed to enthrone illegality at the expense of the health of Nigerians and the country. Chairman, NMA Oyo, Dr Mojisola Atalabi, at a press conference in Ibadan on Wednesday, said the union,

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The National Chairman of the Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU, Biobebelemoye Josiah, has cried out over purported efforts by Nigerian doctors to frustrate ongoing talks to end the four-week-old strike embarked upon by the union. Mr Josiah, who raised the alarm when he fielded questions from

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